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I have a 2003 m1000sie with a lousy seat. I'm 170lbs, and after only an hour my rear has had it. Anyone who has fixed this problem?
i don't know about modest fee, but they will.Won't Sargent repack and cover your stock Ducati seat for a modest fee? I thought I had read that somewhere not long ago.............
Sounds to me like you're ruining the handling in order to solve an unrelated problem. The mods you suggest will make it a sluggish handler.Raised the forks so the top of the ubes are even w/ the top of the TT, now need to try lowering the back a bit...
Well, you bicycle guys_will_feel spoiled if you've got a seat larger than a cell phone........ ;D
I knew guys in college that raved about how comfortable their Brooks leather saddles were. As far as i was concerned, those saddles were only slightly softer than a 2x4. They claimed the saddles broke in to the shape of their butt. I always laughed and said it was the other way around.
I've got a Cannondale MTB (Jeykll) that I paid only a little less for than this used Duc.. Both make me smile and both make me sweat..Don, you wrote;
Now my challenge is maintaining my conditioning. The Monster somehow always wins the coin toss: Monster or bicycle ride, Hmmmm.Two years ago I bought the Duc, and I have been in deconditioning since. Not good! How does one trade a "nice" mountain bike ride for instant Italian adrenalin?